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Armageddon104 Jul 15 2009, 2:19pm says:


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Icedecknight Jul 15 2009, 2:32pm says:

Good but have the whole set animation not just one leg.

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kingofkong Jul 15 2009, 2:40pm says:

It looks okay, it doesn't look like its transferring its body weight, and the tows need to bend.

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kingofkong Jul 15 2009, 2:48pm says:

Take a look at this animation, it may help. Youtube.com

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Icedecknight Jul 15 2009, 3:28pm replied:

wow these people put hard work into this and you want them to change it too that? It looks more like a velociraptor not a T-rex.

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kingofkong Jul 15 2009, 4:25pm replied:

Its called constructive criticism, if you keep on saying that everything is awesome and great then your posts are useless (no offense) , I'm just trying to help, that animation is a great demonstration of dinosaur movement.

The dinosaur in that animation is an Albertosaurus, which is a very light tyrannosauridae, that explains why the dinosaur moves rather "lightly".

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LongBottom Jul 15 2009, 5:13pm says:

His head moves like he's running!

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Kaneda13 Jul 15 2009, 8:05pm says:

THe head and tail counterweight the transfer of body weight for each leg that moves, so the movement of the head would be more subtle and in a forward to back motion rather than side to side (they'd fall over if that was the case.) Remember T-rex's are hunters so they would need to keep their eyes on their prey, especially when in pursuit. Birds are similarly shaped in this respect so take reference from their movement, especially flightless birds.

It would be better if the video showed more of the walk cycle so all C.C. could be more detailed.

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Praz Jul 17 2009, 6:23pm says:

this is a walk animation, there is nothing related to prey for this animation.

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hatestah Oct 8 2009, 4:44am says:

looks cool n a great idea to implement, but euhm, are u planning to add other dinosaurs aswell?

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